I’ve had so much fun creating cards with the new Butterfly Brilliance bundle. Today’s share is the project I made on last week’s Facebook Live, featuring beautiful white embossed vellum. It’s a wonderful technique for butterflies in particular:
Looking at this card makes me happy! A square card works well to have a collection of elements as an easy focal point. And the great thing is with this bundle, you stamp once, cut once, and you have six butterflies in one go!
Click here for a complete supply list for this project. You can remove any items you don’t need and use it to shop or to print out for reference.
How to Color Vellum:
- Stamp your images on vellum.
- Turn the vellum over and color on the back.
You can color on the front, if you want to, but by coloring on the back, the color is much softer.
- You will need to use an alcohol based marker.
A water based marker will take a long time to dry, if at all. Use an alcohol based marker (Stampin’ Blends) for quick drying and the most vivid color.
You can use your alcohol based markers to color in embellishments to match as well.
Please enjoy this video below where I show you the Butterfly Brilliance bundle and then make the card above, step by step and with measurements. And I’d love it if you’d subscribe to my YouTube channel while you are there. Thanks so much!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I really appreciate you and your support! Stay safe and take care ~ Jacque Williams
P.S. Would you like to see another card done in this style? See my Pierced Blooms card idea.